I'm so pissed off right now. My bike, after going to shop for this same problem already, is back to stalling. It literally just stalled on me 15 times in a row. It's ****ing embarrassing having your bike die in the city with a line of cars behind you at a stop light! Not to mention, people look at you like you're a ******n amateur. On two occasions I had to wriggle the lifeless bike out of the public way because it wouldn't even start back up right away. What the hell is the matter with this bike of mine!? The only way to keep it from stalling is to keep on the throttle while downshifting with the clutch in. Soon as you let off the throttle the revs drop to 800, then 600, then DEAD! This is for sure no user error!
Sure it was 96F, but that is no reason for a brand new 14 thousand dollar bike to be acting like this. I know I'm not the only one dealing with this issue. I was reading that blog of the two women taking the XC's across Alaska, and one of their bikes is doing the same thing causing the rider much anxiety. I know the feeling!
Triumph has to know about this problem by now. Guess it's back to the dealership tomorrow. Hopefully they give me a loaner this time so I don't have to ride the ****ty ass bus!